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DF1W - 1 Way In-Wall Displacement Diffuser

Price DF1W Series displacement diffusers are designed to produce a 1-way low velocity air supply perpendicular to the diffuser face. The DF1W discharges air evenly across its perforated face with minimal turbulence or induction of room air. The cool supply air flows down to the floor level and gradually fills the occupied space. The DF1W is designed to be integrated into the wall space, maximizing floor space while maintaining the high level of performance seen in the DF1. This appealing diffuser meshes seamlessly into any décor by integrating into the walls. The superior air quality and low noise levels realized with the DF1W make it suitable for office spaces, restaurants, supermarkets, theaters, hotels, convention centers, schools, or any application where air quality demands are high.

  • In-wall installation maximizes available floor space.
  • Ships with protective film on face.

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Case Studies

Every project is unique and can offer its own unique set of challenges.

Price is working on some of the most exciting and technologically advanced school systems in the world. Our case studies area is a great way to see what we’ve been up to and learn how Price is providing school solutions that will better our education environment.

Upper Iowa University Liberal Arts Building

Underfloor & Chilled Sails

Architect: Meyer, Sherer & Rockcastle
Engineer: Landford Associates

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Ogden High School

Active Beams

Architect: Meyer, Sherer & Rockcastle
Engineer: Landford Associates

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Project Job List

A project’s success rarely comes in a straight line and there is no substitute for experience. At Price, our experience fuels our single-minded focus towards achieving success for our customers.

  • Bournedale Elementary School
    Bourne, MA
    Architect: Kaestle Boos Associates
    Engineer: Garcia Galuska DeSousa Consulting Engineers Inc.

  • Carnegie Library
    San Jose, CA
    Architect: Gould Evans Associates
    Engineer: Stantec

  • Clyde Schools
    Clyde, OH
    Architect: Fanning Howey
    Engineer: Fanning Howey

  • De Anza College
    Cupertino, CA
    Architect: Ratcliff Architecture
    Engineer: WSP Flack + Kurtz

  • Eisenhower Elementary School
    Coon Rapids, MN
    Engineer: ESG
    Contractor: Cool Air Mechanical, Inc.

  • Emmanuel College Science Building
    Boston, MA
    Architect: Goody Clancy
    Engineer: RDK Engineers

  • Legacy Junior High School
    Layton, UT
    Architect: VCBO Architecture
    Engineer: Van Boerum & Frank Associates, Inc.

  • Macalester College
    St.Paul, MN
    Architect: Bruner/Cott & Associates, Inc.
    Engineer: van Zelm Engineers

  • MLK/Jefferson Elementary School
    Trenton, NJ
    Architect: Johnson & Jones Arch Planners
    Engineer: Brownworth Engineering Associates

  • Ogden High School
    Ogden, UT
    Architect: Edwards and Daniels Architects Inc.
    Engineer: Colvin Engineering Associates, Inc.

  • RFK Community High School
    Flushing, NY
    Architect: Gonzalez Goodale

  • Sandy High School
    Sandy, OR
    Architect: DOWA Architects
    Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers

  • Santa Rosa Junior College, Petaluma Campus
    Petaluma, CA
    Architect: TLCD Architecture
    Engineer: Costa Engineers

  • SUNY Geneseo Monroe Residence Hall
    Geneseo, NY
    Architect: Mach Architecture + Engineering, P.C.
    Engineer: Pathfinders Engineers

  • University of Minnesota – Biomedical Discovery District
    Minneapolis, MN
    Architect: Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects LLP & Architectural Alliance
    Engineer: Affiliated Engineers Inc.
    Mechanical Contractor: Metropolitan Contractors Inc.

  • U de Moncton
    Moncton, NB
    Architect: Architecture 2000 Inc.
    Engineer: Roy Consultants Group

  • U of Oregon - Lewis Integrated Science Building
    Eugene, OR
    Architect: HDR Architecture
    Engineer: Balzhiser & Hubbard Engineers

  • UGA Visual Arts Building
    Athens, GA
    Architect: LP3
    Engineer: Minick Engineering

  • Upper Iowa University - Liberal Arts Facility
    Fayette, IA
    Architect: Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle
    Engineer: Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc.

  • WSU Applied Technologies Classroom
    Pullman, WA
    Architect: LMN Architects
    Engineer: PAE Consulting Engineers, Inc.

Focused Training

Price has an extensive collection of training tools for you to explore. Earn PDH credits by watching one of our webinars. Get in-person training, request a lunch and learn for your office or attend a class led by one of Price’s highly qualified HVAC professionals.

Webinars

Improving K-12 Classrooms with Active Beams & Displacement Ventilation

December 2012

Air distribution strategies such as chilled beams and displacement ventilation are receiving significant attention as viable alternatives to traditional mixing systems. In addition to offering potential energy saving benefits, these systems can promote improved indoor air quality and comfort, both in new classroom construction and retrofit applications.

This webinar includes:

  • Overview of chilled beam and displacement ventilation technology
  • Benefits and challenges of using these systems
  • School applications in North America and internationally
  • Strategies for architectural integration
  • Comparison to conventional mixing systems
  • Relevant industry standards and guidelines
  • Opportunities for LEED and CHPS points
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